|Bullet Weight||255 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Open Tip|
|Ammo Caliber||350 Legend|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1060|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||636|
|Cost Per Round||90.0¢ per round|
But you shouldn’t use just any cartridge when you’re firing a suppressed rifle. You want Winchester’s Super Suppressed ammo, engineered from top to bottom to promote reduced noise, decreased suppressor fouling, and lighter recoil.
This 350 Legend cartridge’s 255 grain bullet has a 1,060 fps muzzle velocity. That’s more than 50 fps slower than what it takes to break the sound barrier, so even without a suppressor it’s going to prove a lot quieter during ignition. It’s an open tip range bullet, with an aperture in its meplat that doesn’t provide terminal expansion. An open tip instead offers two very valuable features: Its base is fully jacketed, which significantly reduces lead fouling in both the barrel and the suppressor, and its core is uniformly distributed for superior stability in flight because it settled in place while it was still in liquid form.
This round’s brass case is impressively straight and concentric, with a precision cut rebated rim for assured functionality in any model rifle. Wincher’s propellant and primer are of course both clean burning, so you’ll have even less residue to clean off your equipment after you’ve returned from the range!